Published Sep 20, 2022

Diesel bug is a contamination of fuel caused by bacteria, moulds and yeasts that thrive in water and condensation. These microbes feed on the hydrocarbons in the fuel, but create a damaging by-product as part of their growth. The result is a coating of a biofilm, which can block filters, clog up fuel injectors and significantly impede the performance of the engine.

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